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How do I post pictures from a Mac? by Rodrv6
Started on: 10-09-2013 10:19 AM
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OK, I know how to use PIP with a Windows computer, but how do I get pictures up using a Mac? PIP seems to not be Mac compatible. I'm running Parallels, and could post using Windows 7, but I'd prefer not too if I could...........

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Post to photobucket or flickr and use IMG tags

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Or use this link to upload to the same server as pip does

http://www.myfiero.com/imagehost.php
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Or use this link to upload to the same server as pip does

http://www.myfiero.com/imagehost.php


I don't think that page places the files on the same image server as PIP does.

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Originally posted by mrfred8:


I don't think that page places the files on the same image server as PIP does.


I'm pretty sure there is some connection between the two... The pictures uploaded to myfiero.com won't come up missing like they do from the other sites, plus you don't need a special account to store pictures... Just hit upload.
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MyFiero.com is not on the same server as PIP, but the supposed idea is the same. The images will stay there forever (or until someone stops paying the server fees....)

You cannot use PIP on a Mac OS. If you don't want to use MyFiero.com you'll need to use an 'standard' external image hosting site, host the photos there, and link them back.
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Report this Post10-11-2013 09:39 PM Click Here to See the Profile for Chris_narfSend a Private Message to Chris_narfEdit/Delete MessageReply w/QuoteDirect Link to This Post
As much as I like OS X as it's unix based, when posting images I fire up a Windows VM in VMWare Fusion.

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Originally posted by Fiero84Freak:

MyFiero.com is not on the same server as PIP, but the supposed idea is the same. The images will stay there forever (or until someone stops paying the server fees....)



From what I understand the Myfiero.com server is the same physical box as the server for PIP although it's not run by Cliff.

http://www.fiero.nl/forum/A...11-1-083360.html#p31

So if PFF is still in existence there is a good chance that MyFiero.com is also still hosting the images but it's not a guarantee. Flickr and photobucket accounts tend become abandoned and quickly replaced by red x's

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Just right-click on... Oh... wait...

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"How do I post pictures from a Mac?" Buy a PC.
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"How do I post pictures from a Mac?" Buy a PC.


LOL ..... get Parallels or Bootcamp that way you wont need to go to the dark side
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